Temple Fork Outfitters Heroes On The Water Spinning Rod

2 Reviews
SKU: F13779



Temple Fork Outfitters Heroes On The Water Spinning Rods are high-quality and support a great cause. Heroes on the Water aims to help wounded warriors relax, rehabilitate, and reintegrate through fishing and different outdoor activities. This allows participants to decompress from the different stresses associated with combat and the struggles of rehabilitation. HOW rods are metallic blue in color with matching wraps and red tipping. The HOW logo is proudly displayed on the middle of the fire engine red split grip, and a reduced fighting butt allows for easy navigation through tight quarters and can easily fit in rod holders on your favorite kayak. Temple Fork Outfitters will make a donation to Heroes on the Water for every HOW rod that is sold through an authorized dealer.

  • Metallic blue blank with matching wraps
  • Red tipping
  • HOW logo proudly displayed on the middle of the fire engine red split grip
  • Reduced fighting butt

Ratings & Reviews

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5/27/2017 12:00:00 am

Love this rod

by will -

This series is the same as the Professional Series other than aesthetics and they both are probably the best all around rods I've used yet. This is over the Abu-Veritas, BPS rods and Ugly Sticks I own. Yup they all have their place but the TFO rods are perfect in 90 % of all situations. The butts on these rods are a perfect length for casting from a canoe or kayak. I really didn't think I would like the split grips but have in a very short time have come to love them and I much prefer cork over synthetic. The icing on the cake is the lifetime warranty, used it on one of their fly rods that I broke the tip om (complete accident- my fault) sent it out and within a week I received a whole new rod not mine that was repaired. Can I say LIFE TIME CUSTOMER!

10/18/2019 1:06 am

Work great / look awesome!

by Dino

I have two of these rods and both are fantastic. I prefer to use the 6’6” ML over the M rod but that is just a matter of preference and what type of fish I plan on catching. Bonus.....they look awesome!